Assistive technology, accessible ebooks, and reading support tools help students with reading challenges interact with text in a meaningful way.
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The transition from classroom to home learning can be particularly challenging for students with learning differences, but help is available for teachers navigating the new normal of education.
Parents can follow these steps to approve full Bookshare Individual Memberships for their children so they can read and download nearly any book.
Teachers (and parents) can continue to educate students during school closures. Visit the Bookshare Learning at Home resource page for tips.
While students with reading barriers are increasingly getting the accommodations they need, the impact of not fully accommodating a student adds up. As educators and the broader community that supports students with reading barriers, we can help solve this problem and drastically reduce the number of times students are unable to learn.
Tiffany Jenkins is a Certified Academic Language Therapist who helps students with dyslexia use accommodations like Bookshare to improve reading success.
New Bookshare training videos and guides walk teachers through important tasks to get students with learning differences reading right away
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Many people view Bookshare’s large collection of ebooks primarily as a source of classroom reading or pleasure reading books, but did you know that the library also has over 25,000 textbooks? Learn more about the kinds of textbooks available from Bookshare and how to access them.